El Tiempo Recobrado
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Our last day in Portugal was spending time with the Fergusons and the Morenos having a lunch of the Brazilian national dish - the feijoada, just google it. It was really good bonding time for our families. It was jump at like the christening feast - long table with plenty of food and wine.
Our time in Portugal is coming to an end and we will miss Maria's family.
... smaller in those days. The small villages, like Sao Pedro, are very pretty, but inexorably fading. There's a dwindling population here, eighty percent of them elderly. There is eager life in the playground of the tiny primary school, and chatter in the street around 3.30 or 4pm when school turns out, but other than that, quietness. You realise that the youth have left, and families are going once their children become youths. The streets ...
Got to our stop for the night before heading north. Had been told to come see Monsaraz. It is well worth the visit. Wondered around the castle and old fortifications. Staying down in the valley at Horta da Mjoura. Very quite place , nice relaxing time at the pool once we checked in. Not to be confused with horse de moura!, silly Tomtom ... 13 k's away and in a tiny town, and not much more than a shack, but not open anyways. Since it ...
... in Holland.
Next, we visited site #2) a solitary stone, the Monte dos Almendres Menhir, about a 500 meter walk from the parking area.
Finally, after another short drive we got to site #1) the Almendres Megalithic site. For me, this was most impressive. It is a collection ...
... cemetery where a few officers from the Peninsular War are buried. There are some recent commemorative Plaques. It was beautifully kept - a lovely contemplative garden
As usual I'll let the photo's tell the ...